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Highway project kicks off south of Ten Sleep


June 21, 2017

TEN SLEEP — A reduced speed limit of 45 mph is in effect on the Big Trails full-depth reclamation project south of Ten Sleep on Wyoming 434.

The $995,000 Big Trails project consists of grading, full-depth reclamation, chip sealing and other work on 6.39 miles of Wyoming 434 and Washakie County Road 82 between Worland and Ten Sleep.

Knife River of Cheyenne is the prime contractor on the project.

“The contractor has been running reclaimers all week and should finish up reclaiming/milling very soon,” according to Wyoming Department of Transportation project engineer Jordan Erz of Worland...

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